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    • 07 Apr 2021
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Event-Link Will be Emailed
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    Implicit Bias: Overcoming Individual and Systemic Biases

    Presented by Dr. Celeste Malone, Ph.D.

    President-Elect, National Association of School Psychologists 


    This is a virtual event. All registrants receive an invitation to Dr. Malone's live presentation on April 7, 2021.

    The PDF brochure for this event is available here 

    Workshop Description

    During this workshop, participants will examine the definition and theoretical underpinnings of implicit bias. They will also explore how individuals, especially teachers and administers, are impacted by implicit bias within the school day. Attendees will examine national and local educational policies to explore the role of implicit bias in the intention and/or implementation. Participants will complete activities to help them recognize their own implicit biases and ways to combat them. 


    About the Presenter


    Dr. Malone is an associate professor and coordinator of the school psychology program at Howard University. She received her PhD in school psychology from Temple University and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in child clinical and pediatric psychology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Prior to obtaining her doctorate, Dr. Malone received her master’s in school counseling from Johns Hopkins University.

    Her primary research interest relates to multicultural and diversity issues embedded in the training and practice of school psychology. Specifically, Dr. Malone focuses on multicultural competence, the ability to work effectively with diverse populations through the application of cultural knowledge and to demonstrate awareness of and sensitivity to cultural issues. The overarching themes of her research are: 1) development of multicultural competence through education and training, 2) diversification of the profession, and 3) the relationship between culturally responsive practice and PK-12 student outcomes.

    Related to her interest in professional issues in school psychology, Dr. Malone has continuously held leadership positions in psychology professional associations. She is the president-elect of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and has served on the NASP Board of Directors as the strategic liaison for the social justice strategic goal. In that capacity, Dr. Malone works closely with NASP boards and committees to develop and implement programs and activities to address social justice issues in school psychology and education. Additionally, Dr. Malone is an elected member of the American Psychological Association Board of Educational Affairs, the governance group which develops policies for education and training in psychology.


    Continuing Education Credits

    2.0 CE credits are available for this event! NHASP is a NASP-approved provider of CPD hours and Certificates of Attendance will be accepted toward NCSP.

    For NH Licensed Psychologists, NASP-approved CPD hours are considered Category A credits for license renewal in NH.


    Target Audience

    School Psychologists, Psychologists, School Counselors, School-based Mental Health and Social Workers, Teachers, and Administrators. 


    Learning Objectives

    At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to

    1. Define implicit bias
    2. Describe how implicit bias influences individual behavior and organizational policies
    3. Describe strategies to disrupt biased responding on the individual and systems levels


    Registration Information 

    Registration is open to any practitioner who would like to participate, not just NHASP members. Registrations must be received by April 1, 2021 at noon EST so register now! Cancellations received by April 1, 2021 at noon will be paid in full, minus a 5% processing fee. 

    Online payments will be accepted for this event. Please note that NHASP is now using payment processing from Wild Apricot to simplify your checkout process. You will no longer be re-directed to PayPal for payment. If you prefer to pay by check, please use this form

    Purchase orders will be accepted for this event. Registrants are responsible for ensuring PO information has been received by NHASP in a timely fashion. Please submit all required information as soon as possible to avoid registration delays. 

    *Students currently enrolled in a school psychology or school counseling program receive a reduced registration fee. 

    Once you have registered and close to the event day, you will receive an email from NHASP providing you with a link to the live virtual event. 

    For questions, please contact NHASP President Travis Bickford. 


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